MA Poll: Opponents, Proponents of Legalization in Virtual Tie
Massachusetts voters are split down the center over whether to legalize marijuana, although the anti-legalization campaign appears to have gained ground, a new poll shows.
The Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll of 500 Bay State voters found that 45.8% opposed legalizing recreational marijuana, 43% supported it, and 11% were undecided.
The difference was within the poll’s 4.4% margin of error, indicating that supporters and opponents of a possible marijuana ballot measure in November are in a virtual tie.
The main advocates of legalization in Massachusetts – the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol – must gather 10,792 valid signatures by early
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